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Al Jazeera America
Dec 31, 2013 9:00am EST
claims there is no indication al qaeda was involved in the 2012 attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >> hope of an assess fire is fading in south sudan. we'll break down the conflict and get an assessment on the ground. n.a.s.a.'s superrobot may look like child's play but could lead to more in space consideration. >> we begin with two bombing attacks within 24 hours in russia that raised questions about security at february's sochi olympics , and following a "new york times" report on 2012 attacks in benghazi raising questions again about what happened that night. we'll start with the attacks in volgograd. 15 were killed, dozens injured when a male suicide bomber detonated shrapnel-laced explosives on a bus, following a blast at volgograd's main train station, where 17 died and dozens hurt by two suicide bombers. what do the attacks mean for the winter olympics scheduled to start february 7th. i'm joined by dr jim walsh, from watertown, an international security expert at mit's security studies program and fred burtan, vice president of intelligence at stratford, a global intelligen
Al Jazeera America
Jan 5, 2014 2:00pm EST
but not putting more troops on the ground. the al qaeda linked group islamic state of iraq is in control of two cities there. we have the attempts to regain power. >> after a standoff for days they are ready to enter the city and fight the group. the agreement to do so is hard fought. the standoff is indicating the tension between the new tribes and the government but now the prime minister has an agreement and poised to act. >> the increased coordination wean the army and the tribesmen and the army is providing the tribes with the weapons. i think this issue is resolved within one or two days to expel the groups. >> but one or two days is opt a mystic and they have surgical air strikes video and they are lipted to the cities and other strong holds are outside of the city. only adding to the woes of the iraqi government are the critics of the mime minister. >> we call on the government to meet the demands of the people, demands not related to terrorism. if there is a further escalation of iraq, worst things could happen. >> general elections are scheduled for late april and the political partie
Al Jazeera America
Jan 5, 2014 2:00am EST
check check >> rebels with links to al qaeda seize control of an important city in iraq. in syria al qaeda is also a factor where opposition groups are being split into rival camps. plus bitter cold - reporting record-breaking temperatures, bringing frigid conditions to many parts of the country. >> hello, welcome to al jazeera. i'm morgan radford live from new york city. >> al qaeda's effort to exploit syria and iraq is gaining traction. more alarming is that violence could set off is sectarian wore with months of sunni anger at the shi'a-led government reaching fever pitch. secretary of state john kerry says that despite the worse nipping situation american troops will not go back. >> gunbattles are ongoing in fallujah where police say rebels have taken hold of the city center. eight have been killed so far. fallujah is one of the two main cities in anbar province. the other, ramadi is also under siege. anbar was one of the most dangerous places for u.s. forces during the iraq war. 1300 coalition soldiers were killed there during the iraq war. >> so far, here is what we know abo
PBS
Jan 6, 2014 3:00pm PST
that government's fight against al-qaeda-linked militants for control of two key cities. >> woodruff: congress goes back to work, diving head-first into a fight over unemployment benefits. we hear from the secretary of labor thomas perez and republican economist douglas holtz-eakin. >> ifill: plus, a promising but still unproven approach to combating alzheimer's targeting those at high risk before they show symptoms. >> when my father was still alive and i looked at him, all i saw was my destiny. and i was frightened for me, but i was more frightened for my family. >> woodruff: those are just some of the stories we're covering on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: charles schwab, proud supporter of the pbs "newshour." >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to y
MSNBC
Dec 30, 2013 9:00am PST
kirkpatrick spoke out on "meet the press." >> no chance this was an al qaeda attack if by al qaeda you mean the organization founded by osama bin laden. >> the "times" conclusion al qaeda was not involved was met with dismissal by republican lawmakers appearing on the sunday shows. >> there is a group that was involved that claims an affiliation with al qaeda. >> do they have differences of opinion with al qaeda core? yes. do they have affiliations with al qaeda core? definitely. >> this morning republican peter king piled on and accused the "times" of an act of politics. >> to say it was an affiliate rather than al qaeda itself means nothing. from the start the question i had was ansar al sarria involved? they were. i think they are trying to divisive us what they believe is a republican issue in the next presidential campaign. >> democrat jack reed fired back saying the report punched gaping holes in the republican effort to tarnish the white house. >> it raises serious questions the story republicans are trying to paint. >> the white house isn't commenting on the report citing ongoing fb
FOX News
Jan 3, 2014 3:00pm PST
're going to special report. bye. >>> al qaeda terrorists, the president said were on their heels, put up a fierce fight against iraqi troops for control of two major cities. this is "special report." >> good evening. i'm bret baier. president obama has said al qaeda is on the run, on the path to defeat and decimated, yet fighter as lined with what was once the gold standard in terrorism are once again making games in iraq. catheri catherine herridge has an al qaeda surgence in a place where al qaeda fought, died and then left. >> these strategic cities were a third of u.s. lives lost in the war are under siege and at risk of falling to al qaeda extremists. with reports on the ground describing militants carrying the flag flag synonymous with al qaeda, setting fire to jails and setting fire. security is deteriorating. >> let's be clear who is responsible for the violence. it is the terrorists who are behind it. >> in the last week the violence came to a head after a prominent sunni was arrested leading to claims that the government was targeting its political rivals. the defense ministry
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 11:30am EST
to their cause. more than 100 people have been killed in recent days. groups associated with al-qaeda are spreading violence and using the country as a transfer point to join the fighting against bashar al-assad forces in syria. >> those who know the geographical nature of the pro since realize it's a crossing point for armed groups from iraq to syria, and from syria to iraq. >> reporter: in ramadi fighting continues today. dressed in black waving al-qaeda flags. suggestions that perhaps al maliki has picked a fight. >> let's make it clear who is responsible for the fighting. we're partnering with the iraqi government to fight the shared threat at the end of the draw we can help them fight it but we want to help them build their own came ability to do so themselves. >> reporter: the u.s. has rushed arms and surveillance technology to iraq in order to help the government combat the resurgent al-qaeda backed rebels. >> joining us now to talk about the latest up tick of violence and the actors at play in iraq. scene director of the middle in north africa at the national endowment for dem
MSNBC
Dec 29, 2013 11:00pm PST
. happy holidays. the "new york times" concludes there was no involvement by al qaeda in the attack that killed four americans, including u.s. ambassador christopher stephens. they also said the attack was in part fueled by anger over an american-made video critical of islam. so does this bolster the obama administration's initial response to the attack and undermine its critic? coming up, i'll have exclusive interviews with the journalists who broke the interviews in the times and one of the republicans in congress who claimed there was indeed a cover-up. also, some of the key questions in 2014. will obama care survive in its present form? and how much does the u.s. have influence around the globe? and how much in exile for edward snowden? first the developments in the benghazi story. joining me here in washington on our set is nbc chief news foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell. and from vermont, "new york times" cairo bureau chief. david, thank you for being here. it changes the narrative, it changes the report on benghazi, and let me lay out the context of what you conc
CNN
Jan 6, 2014 9:00am PST
. >>> plus, the u.s. is vowing to help the iraqi government help al qaeda fighters. but it doesn't mean u.s. troops will swoop in. also this -- >> trying to interact with him on that. he loves sports. i like the guy. the guy is awesome to me. that's about it. no more. >> dennis rodman back in north korea. this time he brought a team of former nba players. the goal, to play some basketball for kim jong-un's birthday. welcome to "around the world" i'm suzanne malveaux. keeping safe and warm is a priority, a challenge for so many in this country. we're talking 140 million people in the united states right now, half the country dealing with temperatures below zero. in some places, the cold is so extreme, it is dangerous to even be outside for just a few minutes. the wind chill in duluth, minnesota, feels like 55 degrees below zero. that can freeze exposed skin in just five minutes. other places like chicago, st. louis, not much warmer, really. the deep freeze reaching all the way down into the deep south, as well. the whole state of louisiana has been under a hard freeze warning today. that m
NBC
Dec 30, 2013 3:00am PST
of the attack there and its context, turned up no evidence that al qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault. the attack was led instead by fighters who had benefited directly from nato's air power and logistics support during the uprising against colonel ka gaud i. and contrary to claims by some members of congress, it was fueled by islam. two key points. how do you know it wasn't al qaeda? >> well, i don't think i'm out on a limb there. i think honestly if you asked anybody in the u.s. intelligence business, they would tell you the same thing. i've talked to some of the people who i believe were lead perpetrators, and it's just obvious from them and the people around them, they're purely local people. their pasts are known, their records are known, when they were in prison, who they hung out with in prison, who their associations are. there is just no chance that this was an al qaeda attack if, by al qaeda, you mean the organization founded by bin laden. i've tried to understand some of the statements coming out of congress blaming al qaeda for this, and the onl
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 3:00am EST
check check >> ro tests a -- protests against al qaeda in syria as the largest rebel group, the islamic front, joins the fight against them them. >> you're watching al jazeera. also on the show - across the border from syria al qaeda-led fighters are battling for control are fighting for control of anbar. >> two states of emergency - two people die as a snow storm hits the u.s. north-east. >> cubans allowed to buy a new car for the first time in 50 years. find out why sales remain slow >> to syria. rebel infighting has taken a new turn. for the first time the largest rebel group, the islamic front fought alongside the western backed free syrian army. 16 fighters from the foreign backed islamic state, isil were reportedly killed in the fighting in aleppo. they have been fighting government troops. some local fighters and civilians are unhappy with the group's influence. protests against the group were held on friday. there are reports that the group fired on demonstrators in one province to break up a rally. >> the group has been criticised for increasing the violence and se
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 2:00am EST
retaken the city of ramadi from al qaeda fighters. iraq's army is on the edge of iraq and fallujah. >> after a standoff lasting days the iraqi army is ready to go into the city of fallujah, fighting the i.s.i.l. the agreement to do so was hard-fought. >> sunni tribes insisted they be part of the operation. others disagreed saying i.s.i.l. fighters were protecting fallujah. the standoff is an indication of the sunni tribes and the shia led province. nouri al-maliki has his agreement and is poised to act >> translation: there's increased coordination with the army and tribesman. the army supplies the tribes with weapons. it will be resolved within one or two days. >> that may well be optimistic. the iraqi army sent out a video, they are limited to the cities. other strongholds are in the desert in the boarder with syria, getting rid of the fighters will be challenging. adding to the ones of the government are critics of the prime minister. >> we call on the government to meet demands of the people, not related to terrorism by any means. if there's a further escalation here, worse th
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 3:00am EST
states supports iraq's fight against al qaeda, but will not send troops back. i will not go into the details, except to say we are in contact with tribal leaders from anbar province, and we know they are showing great coverage as they reject terrorist groups from their cities. >> and this is a fight that belongs the iraqis. that is what the president and the world decided some time ago when we left iraq. >> so we are not obviously contemplating returning or putting boots on the ground. this is their fight. we'll help them in their fight. defense analysts say iraq needs technological assistance from the u.s., not ground troops. >> america will be involved, but as the secretary of state says, it will not be with mann power, it will be with advance intelligence, technical intelligence, tactical and not with boots on the ground. >> american boots pulled out and the iraqi troops, security forces are not asking for mann power. i spoke to the foreign minister is a month ago and asked what they needed and would they need american forces. they said, "no, we have millions of troops in
LINKTV
Jan 2, 2014 5:30am PST
round of fighting in iraq. parts of commodity and falluja are controlled by al qaeda. and mission complete in antarctica. researchers were stranded on a russian boat if they have all been safely airlifted onto an australian vessel. we will get you the details. let's start with our top stories today. officials are looking for a political solution to the crisis that has left thousands of people dead over the last few weeks. president and rebel leader in ethiopia have sent representatives. rebels say they control the town. tens of thousands of civilians have fled their homes. aaron is covering the talks for us. can you confirm that the talks have not yet begun? >> yes, they have not begun yet. mediators are still waiting for remaining members of the south sudanese government. have made their way here in the past few days. i have been told by officials here,nce all members are they will concede to hold separate discussions with delegates. >> do we know what the delegations will talk about once they actually meet face to face? the primary aim, from what i have been told, is to stop the
PBS
Jan 6, 2014 2:30pm PST
controlled by al qaeda militants. much of the u.s. is in a deep freeze, with dangerous temperatures not seen in decades. it is not the most obvious job in the world. the night, we introduce you to a whose products appear on stage and screen. our viewers on public television in america and elsewhere around the globe. two years after american troops pulled out of iraq, tonight, the country is tense and violent, and the future looks uncertain. they called for residents of falluja to expel al qaeda militants that have taken control of the city center. the white house says it will assist by accelerating sales of guns and equipment, but it has ruled out sending in any american troops. >> the fighting in the province continues. clashes insporadic the provincial capital on monday, where they took control of the city last week. have beene troops trying to dislodge them since then. police broke up a sunni protest last week, and the deadly clashes erupted across the province. u.s.-led invasion of iraqi in 2003, which wrought shiite control to the country, it became the heartland of sunni insurgency. of
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 9:00am EST
gace, food for thought. thank you for joining us. >>> coming up. has al qaeda taken control of a major region in iraq? we'll see who they are, what they want and how it got this bad. >>> american decline, is the bipartisan beating up of u.s. actually wrong? >>> the battle over whether homophobia put a pro-equality player out of work? contact us @ajconsiderthis. >> u.s. troops fought twice in 2004 to control the iraqi city of fallujah. on the other side, iraqi insurgent, some of them from al qaeda, the u.s. and its allies won that fight. but fighters were back in fallujah friday . sunni muslims have been fighting fallujah, ramady, but with sectarian violence growing, al al qaeda's islamic state sees an opportunity to carve outs a state for itself. hezbollah may be creating new regional tensions, from syria to lebanon. for more, i'm joined by skype by danielle serwar, a former state department official. also with me from washington stephen mackerny, executive director of the project for middle east democracy, dedicated to examining how democracies can grow. >> islamic state of iraq in sy
MSNBC
Dec 30, 2013 3:00am PST
article casting down on the benghazi attacks in september. al qaeda had nothing to do with coordinating the raid. in a controversial video made been an american pastor stirred up the fact that helped contribute. susan rice appeared on "meet the press" claiming it was easy to blame. now "the new york times" report says the video did play a role. instead of al qaeda, the times investigation centers around a relationship with militias and an ak centric leader who is yet to be arrested. members of congress refuse to believe al qaeda was not directly involved in this. >> i think the intelligence, to a large volume disputes it. now, do they have differences of opinion? yes. do they have affiliations with al qaeda? definitely. >> al qaeda was involved. >> i think the intelligence paints a portrait some came to murder, some came to destroy property. some came to loot. some came, in part, motivated by the videos. >> there's no chance this was an al qaeda act if, by al qaeda you mean the organization founded by osama bin laden. now, try to understand some of the statements coming out of the unite
FOX News
Jan 2, 2014 8:00pm PST
that was an al qaeda attack. >> "the new york times" under heavy pressure because of an article about the assassination of the atmosphere christopher stevens in benghazi. we will present our findings tonight. >>> there on governor romney's knee is his adopted grandson, who is an african-american. >> another msnbc person has to apologize for personal remarks. why does this continue to happen? laura ingraham has some thoughts. >>> let the plantation call new york city be the city of god. >> the plantation? a very liberal man is sworn in as the new mayor of gotham, amidst all kinds of far left rhetoric. >> we are called to put an end to economic and social inequalities. >> charles pratthammer on that. >>> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. happy new year. thanks for watching us tonight. the straight story about the murders in benghazi, that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. over the christmas break, "the new york times" ran an investigative report about how atmosphere christopher stevens and thre
FOX News
Dec 30, 2013 6:00am PST
's desperate search for help. bill: outrage of "the new york times" report that saying no al qaeda involvement in the attack. fox's own sources on the ground saying that is simply not true. reaction from peter king from new york next. >> what did they get wrong? >> that al qaeda was not involved in this. there was some level of preplanning. we know that there was aspiration to conduct an attack by al qaeda and their affiliates in libya. we know that. heather: el salavador seeing its first come van i can eruption for the first time in 37 years. look at that. a cloud of ash and rock shooting about three miles up into the sky, forcing thousands of people to evacuate their homes. everyone certainly watching the volcano to see if it will erupt again. bill: "new york times" taking some blowback under fire on benghazi after reporting that there is no evidence that al qaeda played a role in the murder of our ambassador and three other americans and that an anti-islamic film played a role inciting the violence. key republican lawmakers blasting the report calling it inaccurate and saying the attack on
FOX News
Jan 4, 2014 9:00am PST
are once again in the hands of al qaeda militants. "the washington post" reporting that al qaeda forces have captured the city of fallujah, raising their flag over government buildings. other reports are saying that al qaeda militants have also largely taken over the city of ra mahdi. the overrunning of these cities is a big blow to prime minister nuri al malaki who has been struggling to maintain discontent among the sunni minority. >>> well, it's pitting religious beliefs against obamacare. yesterday the federal government asked the supreme court not ato allow roman catholic groups a temporary exemption from the health care law' contraception mandate. the move came just after ajustice sonia soet meier granted a group of denver nuns called the little sisters of the poor a reprieve from the mandate earlier this week. current law requires nuns to sign a form saying they won't provide their employees contra deposition coverage in allowing a third party insurer to do it instead. a lawyer for little significances of the poor tells m megyn kelly that would violate their religious beliefs. >>
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 1:00pm EST
state to leave their country. factions have turned their guns against this al-qaeda linked group and pushed them out of villages. in this video the opposition said they captured a tunisian, a commander of the group. a newly formed syrian rebel alliance went as far as declaring war on the islamic state. it demanded that isil fighters either join the ranks of other rebel groups or hand over their weapons and leave syria. the alliance accused isil of spreading strife and insecurity and liberated rebel areas spilling the blood of fighters and wrongly accusing them of her say. >> islamic state equals the assad regime. we won't stop until we're finished. they have helped us in battles. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: commanders say they're receiving help from the islamic front, the most powerful rebel alliance in the north. they have not come out clearly to state its position but one of its commanders who was tortured and killed a few days ago that sparked the wave of protest. >> they executed him and that annoyed a lot of people and it became emblematic of what they see. >> reporter: at the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 11:00pm EST
jazerra seized controls of key parts of iraqi city of fallujah. al qaeda is also a factor in neighboring syria splitting opposition groups in to rival cams, historic cold temperatures across much of the u.s. headed to lows not seen in decades. and soaring in seattle. critical vote at both keeps its plains and jobs in washington. >> tonight the fear of the rising tide of al qaeda from iraq to syria. militants connected to the group are launching violent attacks in countries already in turmoil. we begin in iraq, where the government is fighting for control of parts of that country. >> you can hear the gunfire at fallujah, where rebels have taken the city center. at least eight have been killed there. fallujah is one of two main cities in the anbar province. ramadi, the other, is also under siege. despite baghdad anbar was one of the most dangerous places for u.s. forces. more than 1300 coalition soldiers were killed there. here is what we know about the fighters battling the government. they are affiliated with al qaeda. and call themselves the islamic state of iraq and levant. they want t
FOX News
Dec 31, 2013 1:00am PST
about the deadly attacks in benghazi last year. the times said al qaeda was not that an american-madehe video mocking islam led to the attack, that filled four americans, including ambassador chris stevens. the report was on tv yesterday. >> this was not a street protest or a copy cat of what happened in cairo. that was an unarmed street protest. this is a group of armed men inspired by a video who deliberately attacked a compound, motivated in large part by the video. >> but house intelligence committee chairman mike rogers is not buying that and insists that al qaeda terrorists and not the video are to blame. >> there was one group that everybody said was involved, and they say it is an independent radical islamic group but doesn't have links to al qaeda. >> i dispute that and i think the intelligence to a large volume disputes that. do they have differences of opinion with al qaeda, do they have affiliations with al qaeda core, definitely. >> and his colleague adam schiff, on the democratic side of the aisle, had this to say. >> congress adam schiff, does this exonerate the pr
PBS
Jan 3, 2014 3:00pm PST
been the scene of intense sectarian fighting for nearly a week. sunni militants aligned with al- qaeda have escalated a battle against shiite-led government troops. it's all taking place in the western province of anbar, where u.s. troops suffered their greatest losses during the eight year war. in falluja today, militants blew up several government buildings including the police headquarters and mayor's office. violence also picked up in ramadi. the al-qaeda linked fighters are seeking to control both cities. the militants fight under the same banner as jihadists in syria-- evidence that country's civil war is spilling beyond it's borders. but it is not a clean sectarian split. powerful sunni tribes in anbar have allied with the government troops to fight al-qaeda, as they did with u.s. troops in 2007, in a move called the awakening which helped turn the tide of the war. to help us understand this latest bloodshed, we turn to former u.s. ambassador to iraq ryan crocker. and former marine capt. bing west, who spent a lot of time in iraq, particularly in anbar, and has written several b
MSNBC
Dec 30, 2013 6:00am PST
. the benghazi attack, a new report e ignites weather al qaeda was involved on the american compound in libya. and good morning from new york. it's monday, december 30th, 2013 and this is "the daily rundown." i'm kristen welker for chuck todd. we start with developing news in russia. a bomb tore through a trolley bus packed with commuters in a city of about a million people. live from moscow and the security issues, president putin is having to deal with this. what's the latest here, jim? a state of emergency has been called and they issued a statement saying that this morning's bus bomb was carried out by a male suicide bomber. people were going to work or to the market at the time when the bomber struck and now as you suggest a city of 1 million is terrified. reports that residents are staying inside and afraid to go out about their daily lives. a suspicion is this is the work of iz almostist insurgents from the caucuses area. police are calling the attack acts of terror and connecting them both to the public appeal. if you recall that was made several months ago by the war lord as an appea
CNN
Dec 30, 2013 2:00pm PST
of the same debate that's been going on for more than a year over al qaeda and that anti-muslim video. top republican lawmakers insist al qaeda was behind the benghazi attack. >> there was aspiration to conduct an attack by al qaeda and their affiliates in libya. we know that. >> al qaeda is not decimated and there was a group there that was involved that is linked to al qaeda. >> reporter: but the "new york times" investigation shoots down the republican case, saying there is no evidence that al qaeda had any role in the attack on the american diplomatic compound in benghazi in which the ambassador chris stevens and three other americans died. instead, the "times" says local militias and looters were to blame and the state department monday agreed. >> at this point, we have no indications that core al qaeda which i think is what most people are referring to when they talk about quote, al qaeda, directed or planned what happened in benghazi. >> reporter: the newspaper also says an anti-muslim video did play a role in motivating the attackers, at least in part. something republicans claim i
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 12:00pm PST
middle east and nuclear accord. as fears grow of al qaeda's insurgence in the region will it abfear of historic accords or growing world disorder? my mother and my grandmother are very old fashioned. i ink we both are clean freaks. i used to scrub the floor on my knees. [ daughter ] i've mastered the art of foot cleaning. oh, boy. oh, boy. oh, boy. [ carmel ] that drives me nuts. it gives me anxiety just thinking about how crazy they get. [ doorbell rings ] [ daughter ] oh, wow. [ carmel ] swiffer wett. you guys should try this. it's so sy. oh, my. [ gasps ] i just washe this floor. if i didn't see i wouldn't believe it. [ carmel ] it did my heart good toee you cleaning. [ regina ] yeah, your generation has all the good stuff. [ daughter ] oh, yeah. >>> well, the obama administration is kicking off the >>> the obama administration is kicking off the new year with a renewed push for peace in the middle east with secretary of state john kerry arriving in the region. this week for talks with the israelis and the palestinians. will 2014 see historic accords and the tribe of diplomacy? o
CNN
Dec 30, 2013 8:00pm PST
the possibility of al qaeda involvement. some called it a cover-up regarding president obama's election chances, now the house hearing only deepened the divide and turned up the temperature. >> the fact is we had four dead americans. was it because of a protest or guys out for a walk one night decided they would kill americans? what difference does it make? it is our job to prevent it from ever happening again, senator. >> well, flash forward tonight. reporting from "the new york times," david kilpatrick, he cites what he calls direct interviews. the report that turned up no evidence of al-qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault but was instead carried out by local fighters including benghazi military leaders. he writes with terrorist groups, additionally the reporting assigns essential role in the tragedy to the american-made video denigrating islam, anger, he writes, motivated the initial attack. now, the report came out on saturday. it was topic "a" on the sunday talk shows. >> we have gone through some 4,000 different classified cables leading up to the eve
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 5:00am EST
and these are the top stories. protests in syria. the largest rebel joins them. >> al-qaeda-linked fighters are creating chaos in iraqi provinces. >> 13 die as a snow storm hits the united states. >> and the war on designer drugs. can it be won? >> first, there has been an outbreak in fighting between rival rebel group. the largest rebel group, the islamic front, has fought alongside free syrian army, against al qaeda-linked fighters. 16 fighters and the levant for i.s.i.l. were killed in fighting in aleppo on friday. people have taken to the streets in protest against the i.s.i.l. they have been accused of human rights abuses - kidnapping, torture and summary killings. >> the council is expected to confirm that it will not attend the geneva ii peace talks due to be held later this month. anita mcnaught is standing by in istanbul. >> first to zana. tell us about the protests on the streets. they are intense and widespread. >> exactly. they are growing, becoming more widespread. people are taking to the streets in a number of areas in the rebel controlled area of syria - in aleppo and id lib. people are
MSNBC
Dec 30, 2013 11:00am PST
in yemen where a senior al qaeda leader in yemen was killed alongside a russian militant. there's a lot of different indications here suggesting that there are legitimate concerns. >> in terms of -- it's been pretty well documented that russia has sought out advice in terms of security. it's a two parter here, how prepared are they for this, and what knowledge does the u.s. have that could possibly have been helpful here? >> well, first of all, it's fair to say the russians have put a lockdown on the area around sochi. in order to get in there you need a special permit. they are trying to prevent transportation or travel for individuals from the caucuses into the region but they can't be perfect. this is a large region and a lot of different ways in. i don't think they can close off every avenue. could we help them? maybe but if you look back at what happened in boston, the russians tried helping us by providing us information and it couldn't help us stop two individuals on their own from carrying out a bombing in boston. it's not looking too optimistic if someone wants to do something
FOX News
Jan 6, 2014 11:00am PST
but obamacare? >>> and remember, when the president declare d al qaeda on the run before the election, now it's on the rise. >>> plus, the family of the girl declared brain dead after a simple procedure now trying to keep her on life support. jonathan morris here on the role of faith and science. >>> and british police say they know exactly who kidnapped little madeleine mccann seven years ago. >>> a big hello, everyone. happy new year. i'm gretchen carlson. be well, bundle up. parts of north dakota expected to hit 32 below zero. madison, wisconsin, minus 21. it's all being blamed on something called a polar vortex moving down now from the north pole. so in indianapolis, the mayor even issuing a rare travel warning, making it tiillegal fo people to drive there. about the only good thing may be this beautiful scene over lake michigan. steam rising from the water along the chicago shore. bruce gordon is the director of communication for the minnesota department of transportation. welcome. >> hi. >> i grew up with this stuff, but this is brutal for the folks there. tell us about it. >> brutal is
Al Jazeera America
Jan 5, 2014 1:00pm EST
>>> hello, welcome to al jazeera. our top stories. the fight for fall ja is taking on the al qaeda fighters. election day fights and mobs are attacking the polling station and migrants are holding a protest. >> the headlines from europe, including the great water warning and people are told to fill up elsewhere and don't touch what is coming from their own taps. al qaeda fighters are coming under presh y in iraq and syria, and the islamic state is being attacked in syria. first to the operations to drive them out of the province. we have more on that and the attacks in baghdad. >> the standoff lasting for days they are ready to go into the city and fight the group. the agreement to do so was hard fought. local tribes insisted they be part of the operations, however, other tribes in the area have disagreed. the tribal revolutionaries are fighting to protect the city and we swear to take on others from the government. >> the standoff is indicating the tension between the new tribes in the province and the government and now the prime minister has an agreement and poised to act. >> in
Al Jazeera America
Jan 5, 2014 8:00pm EST
it has retaken the city of ramadi, a day after it was seized by militants linked to al qaeda. they remain on the edges of ramadi and fallujah, as local tribal leaders consider their next move. both cities are key regional centres and witnessed fighting. we have more from al jazeera's imran khan. >> after a standoff lasting days the iraqi army is ready to go to the city of fallujah, and fight the al qaeda-linked group i.s.i.l. the agreement to do so was heartfought. sunni tribes insisted they be part of the situation. others disagreed saying i.s.i.l. fighters were protecting fallujah. the standoff is an indication of the sunni tribe and shia-led government disagreements. nouri al-maliki now has an agreement to act. >> translation: there's increased coordination between the army and tribesman. the army provides the tribes with weapons and everything they need in the battle against the terrorists. the issue will be resolved within one or two days of expelling the groups. >> the iraqi army sent out a video of air strikes against the i.s.i.l. they are limited to the cities. other strongholds a
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 5:00am EST
the headquarters at doha and i have top stories, and the government continues to bottom barred al-qaeda, linked fighters. as al-qaeda's influence spreads we examine it in syria and how they are trying to push it out. 24 dead and an election with virtually no opposition, the bangladesh government wins by a landslide. going back to basics in india could make the country a global milk provider. ♪ thousands of people are fleeing the iraqi cities of fallujah after days of violence after the army faces resistance of tribesmen and al-qaeda linked fighters and they say they have taken over parts of key cities in the providence and it's preparing to retake fallujah and many people abandoned their homes and heading to a sea and majority area and seen as relatively safe. the united states says it supports iraq's fight against al-qaeda but not sending troops. >> we are in contact with tribal leaders from manbar providence and showing great courage in standing up against this as they reject terrorist groups from their cities. and this is a fight that belongs to the iraqis. that is exactly what the preside
FOX News
Dec 30, 2013 5:00pm PST
no chance that this was an al qaeda attack. >> the "new york times" claiming al qaeda was not involved in the embassy attack in benghazi libya. but congressional investigators on both sides of the aisle disagree. we'll get to the bottom of the dispute. >> what difference, at this point, does it make? how does the report impact hillary clinton's run in 2016. >> majority white supremacy culture. >> race baiters attack a&e for allowing "duck dynasty" patriarch phil robertson back on the show. we will take a look at the decision and the fallout. >> it it is over with. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, and the factor begins right now. >>> hi, everyone, i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. let's get to the top story over the weekend. "new york times" published an extensive investigation into last year's terrorist attack in benghazi. four americans dead and left two ambassador libya christopher stephens. there is just no chance that this was an al qaeda attack if by divide you mean the organization founded by usama bin laden. this is a group
FOX News
Dec 31, 2013 12:00am PST
is on. tonight,. >> there is just no chance that this was an al-qaeda attack. >> the new york times claiming al-qaeda was not involved in the embassy attack in benghazi, libya, but congressional investigators on both sides of the aisle disagree. >> we will get to the bottom of the dispute. >> what difference at this point does it make? >> and how will the new benghazi report impact hillary's chances in 2017? we will take a look. >> "duck dynasty" is part of a white culture. >> and allowing phil robertson back on "duck dynasty." we will look at the decision and the fallout. >> it is over with. >> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone and the factor begins right now. >>> hi, everyone, i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. let's get to the top story over the weekend. "new york times" published an extensive investigation into last year's terrorist attack in benghazi. four americans dead and left two ambassador libya christopher stephens. there is just no chance that this was an al qaeda attack if by divide you mean the organization founded b
MSNBC
Jan 2, 2014 11:00pm PST
back. we'll have that debate. >>> and "the new york times" reported that al qaeda had nothing at all to do with the benghazi attacks and that, yes, the anti-islamist video did play a role. so how has the right reacted? claiming the story was a whitewash designed to clear hillary clinton of any responsibility. >>> also, brian boitano joins us. he's the figure skater who's joining billie jean king in russia where they are protesting the treatment of gays. >>> and whether you drink like a democrat or republican, you are what you drink at least politically. this is "hardball," the place for politics. she keeps you on your toes. you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healt
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